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    My Arm Is Tired

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    Phil Robertson Treasure Commander TC3X

    Just wanting to hear from someone that has purchased this detector & is swinging it? Looks very sweet but looks isn't everything if someone gets one post some replys for us on here
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    I believe it's made in China by Efx Swarm/ Wild Game Innovations. Seems to have the same features as their MX series, but price is increased for the TC signature units due to licensing fees and color changes.

    Wayne

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    My Arm Is Tired

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal Detecting Stuff View Post
    I believe it's made in China by Efx Swarm/ Wild Game Innovations. Seems to have the same features as their MX series, but price is increased for the TC signature units due to licensing fees and color changes.

    Wayne

    Metal Detector Sales and Rentals | Fisher, Garrett, Minelab, Lesche and DetectorPro


    Thanks for info I thought they was a new machine but just a signature series I see. Thanks Again
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    I just seen one of these on eBay and looked it up because it looked cool. Lol. I came to tnet and searched to see if anyone was talking about it. Sure enough here is the thread. It is made in China and I bet that touch screen wouldn't last long in the muddy fields I hunt. If I need gps I do have my iphone to mark good spots in the woods. I really doubt this machine is worth the 400 dollar price tag. But it does look cool and it looks like china was trying to copy the etrac and ctx 3030. But I can guarantee the minelab tech is not in this machine. Would be interesting to see a real world test of this machine to see if you could even use it in the muddy dusty conditions. Prob just a park and tot lot machine. Just my opinion good luck everyone and come on snow would you please let up already!
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    I don't like the fact that it has a touch screen display. Dirty fingers and a touch screen seem like a bad combination to me.
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    Shut up brain or I'll stab you with a Q-tip.

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    I have an Efx 300 Swarm with built in GPS. Great depth!, Excellent graphics. Pinpoint is very shallow,almost useless, but to old Nautilus diggers like me-who needs a pinpoint mode?.GPS seems to work o.k. Tones work well. Display is excellent. Price is low but build quality is excellent. I like it!

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    Jimmy

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